ESPN Tells Employees to Stop Saying "Sucks"

ESPN Tells Employees to Stop Saying "Sucks"


ESPN Tells Employees to Stop Saying "Sucks"

Stephen A Smith Skip Bayless

ESPN’s on-air talent just lost the use of a word. Here is the short, pertinent portion of the “Important Reminder” memo, courtesy Romenesko:

Recently, there have been numerous incidents in which the word “sucks” has been used on our air. This word is simply not appropriate for ESPN.

Well, that sucks.

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